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  • View from windy point up in Mt. Lemon on 7/14/15 Gina Paredes

  • This was taken in Dragoon, AZ July 12, 2015 at 5pm after a brief rain. Photo taken from our back yard. Cheryl Glenn

  • Thought I would share these that I took today. Good day for capturing the natural beauty around us. This is a small pincushion cactus blooming in my yard on the NW side of town. Daniel Juarez Daniel Juarez

  • Bill Morrow

  • My wife and I thought you might enjoy these photos of two owls that have been in our back yard all day today. Enjoy. Joe and Sonya Gonzales Joe Gonzales

  • Very nice photo of the radiation fog/clouds in the foothills today.Right after the rain stopped, the sun came out, heated up the ground, and we got some really nice cloud formations.The rain was a welcome sight. The plants loved it.Take care!Larry Wasielewski (Waz-lew-ski) CenturyLink Customer

  • I would like to say thank you to the person who happen to be driving by and lit up the foreground for this shot! I would also like to thank mother nature for throwing in the lightning at just the right time! :D Jeff Toni Smith

  • Mission Rd just north of Pima Mine Road. Heading towards San Xavier Reservation. Sahuarita Sabrina Caswell

  • This photo of the Catalina mountains was taken a few years ago.  I thought a cool view would be most appropriate this time of year.  I believe the lower clouds are called Pogonip. Wikipedia Encyclopedia explains that pogonip occurs when the humidity is near 100% and the temperature drops to well below 32 degrees, allowing ice crystals to form in the air.  The ice crystals will then settle onto surfaces.  The word pogonip is derived from the Shoshone word paγi̵nappi̵h, meaning cloud.  Supposedly, early settlers called it Dennis Manley

  • Sunset after the monsoon this evening. Heather McWilliams Sweeney

  • Pix from J6 looking towards Tucson 6/26/15 Kathy Murzyn

  • Visiting mom in Tucson and look what came to visit, a pygmy owl. First time getting a shot of an endangered species in the wild. Cliff Cox

  • Young Great Horned Owl. Picture taken at Ft. Lowell park. Isaac Mathews

  • Beautiful landscape. Taken in Tucson Mountains near Gates Pass Rd. Isaac Mathews

  • This is how one of our dogs “ Beat the Heat “ of the “ Dog days of Summer “. pat sullivan

  • I present to you the "Peniocereus greggii" ... or the Queen of the Night. This particular flower only blooms ONE night of the year and is gone by the morning light. There is a noticeable smell of vanilla when you stand near one. They are beautiful beyond words. I was blessed to be able to witness this magic at Tohono Chul Park in Tucson, AZ. Pete Mecozzi Photography

  • Foster baby Tuli: Puppy Fostering is very rewarding! LOVELY TULI Shawna Barroga

  • This picture was taken today of baby Nandi trying to toss dirt on her back. Paula Brown

  • A Broad-billed Hummingbird at the feeder, with the sunset in the background. 05/18/15. Northeast side of Tucson. Alan Stock

  • From Green Valley AZ my neighbors in the tree!!! Bernadette

  • a pic of our British Bulldog in response to your request for pics... Have a good day, Regards, Paul Paul Norton, from Bonbeach, Melbourne, Australia

  • Jonathan Moore

  • Master of the House! George the cat prowls the property daily for pests or intruders. His favorite color is teal. Will Loy

  • Our cereus plant in front of our house began flowering last night and today it was at its peak. Three large flowers opened up. Hope you enjjoy these photos. Howie and Elaine Fagan Howard Fagan

  • Our cereus plant in front of our house began flowering last night and today it was at its peak. Three large flowers opened up. Hope you enjjoy these photos. Howie and Elaine Fagan Howard Fagan

  • Early Night Blooming Cereus 7 opened last night 2 more will open tonight Darlene Lacavera

  • Early Night Blooming Cereus 7 opened last night 2 more will open tonight Darlene Lacavera

  • a swarm of a few hundred bees landed on my tangelo tree and after some activity are still there but being very much to themselves i will leave them alone see if they move on i dont have pets Carlos Valenzuela

  • I have been photographing wildlife as an ameture for the last 8 years. Thought you might be interested. Linda n Don Clemans

  • Hi--Back on March 9, the newspaper had a story about all the wildflower blooms along Gates Pass road. We went there that day and took a lot of photos, but one of the last ones was the best. The photo was originally to show all the yellow wildflowers on the hillside across from the road. When we stopped to take the photo I saw the old saguaro in the shape of a cross. Took the photo to include the 'Old Rugged Cross' and am attaching it for you Easter pleasure. Bob Pillsbury, Tucson Estates